Be the Mysterious Dark Lady! These freshwater pearl loops are a reproduction of the ones Mary Fitton is wearing in her famous portrait. (See last pic.) She is believed to be the Dark Lady referenced in Shakespear's love sonnets. Read up on her wild reputation as a member of Queen Elizabeth's court during the 16th century!
Our Dark Lady earrings are 4mm freshwater pearls strung on a wire loop with a large 8mm pearl dangle hanging from the bottom. The ear wires are handmade French hooks. They are approximately 60mm in overall length which is 2 3/8 inches.
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Watch this shop for a matching reproduction necklace to be listed soon!
PEARLS - Pearls are said to give the wearer a sense of calmness and stability, and to promote faith, loyalty, truth and purity. They can especially enhance personal integrity. Pearls have long been associated with love, all oceanic deities like Neptune and Poseidon but specifically goddess- oriented; also associated with sky goddesses and the Egyptian goddess Isis. Other goddess with pearl connections are Aphrodite, Freya, Venus, Lakshmi, Diana and, of course, the Mother Goddess.
**Please note that all metaphysical or healing properties listed are collected from various sources. This information is offered as a service and not meant to treat medical conditions. Palace Gallery does not guarantee the validity of any of these statements.
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